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. >> the lifestyle i have lived since i was a youngster and the lifestyle i have been blessed enough to walk into right now. i am delivering this lifestyle and you can't let go lifestyle. tavis: i like that. you can't bootleg a lifestyle. but is there a danger in putting out there, for your fanbase, a lifestyle you can't have. all rappers are selling a lifestyle that while they can't bootleg it, they can have it. >> i don't believe there is any human being that if he puts 100% of his time, effort, and energy into achieving a goal that it can't happen. i simply don't believe that. for people that say they never can, your faith is weak and you don't deserve to achieve it. anybody with the right amount of skill, effort, energy, and ingenuity can accomplish anything. tavis: i don't believe everybody is as gifted as you are. >> they don't have to make it this way in music. they can make it this way and marketing, journalism, so many different things. photography, directing. some people spend so much time focusing on the gift that other people have the day don't ever take acknowledgement to the gi
. that's because by saying that women have to earn the same as men it immunes the lifestyle choice which allows many women to choose the flexible job with lower earnings or the part time job and the feminist say that is not sufficient. that by doing that women are earnings less than make making a poor lifestyle choice. last three supreme court justices who were nominated. last throw women supreme court justice -- throw three don't have any children. they devoted themselves full-time to their career. that's wonderful for those who want to do it. my boss secretary ciao, doesn't have children, secretary continue let's is a rice continue have children. women who want to have a more flexible lifestyle choice and want to devote less time to the work and some time to are family. that's a valued choice fop the goal is 100%. the goal should be to have a satisfying career. the wonderful thing about america there's a great variety i jobs available. flexible time jobs, full-time jobs, part-time jobs. women center all these choices. and the ones who choose more flexible jobs are with lower income sho
. we were definitely living the millionaire lifestyle, but i didn't have access to the money he made. i felt like i was one of his children. >> from 2008 to 2010, laura and i had a major break down. she was seeing this guy. >> i had one emotional affair with somebody online. rossi ventually threatened him and he was gone. we were going to mediation, i want a divorce. >> she chose to take on this party girl lifestyle. she was going out to clubs with men half her age. in the beginning, i thought laura was just having a mid-life crisis, but this was a whole other lifestyle that i couldn't handle. i've been asking her to leave for four and a half years and she just refuses to leave. >> i will not move out of the house. i ran the household, i was the mom. and the house is in both of our name, don't tell me that that's not my house. >> well, another eye-popping detail, laura and ross are living under the same roof. seriously. they are divorced, but they're still under the same roof. >> being in the house with my ex-husband is -- >> she lives in a room at that side of the house, i live in the
lifestyle. if you ask an indonesian "what comes to your mind when you think of bali?" then very innocentlyhey will y,drugs, s, prostitutes." narrator: kuta is the olst tourist area in bali. critics say 's tourism gonmad, resulting in overcrowding, overdevelopment and environmental damage. surfers first came here looking for the dream wave. they delighted in the relaxed lifestyle and the unique culture. now its hard to find the gentle, highly rig balinese way of life they foundo attractive. but attempts are being made to balanceousm of life fe and the natural enviroent in places throughout indonesia. bali, the town of ud recognized the problems of tourism from the beginning. man:the problem t, it's we... moourists,u-moalinese ow man:the problem t, and also, obviously, it's so many different kind of tourist coming, they all will bring different expectation from what we... we can offer. ce in r fy. it's his job to protect the local culture. restrictions have been placed on activities tstreet peddlersifesty are not allowed re. there are no large modern neon signs. tourists are welco
and fate it could mean bad things for you. people who believe in them normally lead unhealthier lifestyles. they say it could be a problem if you don't take your health into your own hands. >> luck is a falacy. we can't really prove that luck exists. we can prove that our brains are moldable. they can be changed, they get changed through hard effort and practice. >> researchers say you shouldn't leave your health up to luck and developing a healthy lifestyle will pay off in the long run. this is the hot topic tonight. we want to know what you think about this one. do you believe in luck or fate? leave us your comments on facebook. all right. what do you think? >> now, the most accurate forecast,. >> preparation meets opportunity. i call that luck if you are prepared get the opportunity. >> sharp guy. >> that sounds good. i like that. >> think you can wind of set yourself up for luck. >> you --. >> you need a break. you can get a break. we have all had breaks, good and bad. >> yeah. >> you --. >> i'm right there --. >> kelley. >> on board. >> luck of the irish. all right. tak
. some combine their religion with westernized lifestyles. this dovetailing of this consumer society with islamist lifestyle in turkey i think is something that has arisen specifically from the conjuncture of globalizing economics in turkey as well as a relative freedom of expression, and an increasingly educated islamist community-- and increasingly urbanized. i think that it can be, in a way, an export of turkey to other places in the middle east, and i think that it has been. narrator: but many people are fundamentalists and find their identity in islamic traditions. but they are fighting against another tradition here. beginning in the 1920s, one of ataturk's most significant changes was the formal separation of church and stat since that time, religion is supposed to be a matter of individual choice and conviction. secor: i think that turkey has the potential to be a great model of a state with a muslim majority population and a secular state structure. the legal code in turkey that governs family law is the swiss civil code. it's not the shari'a, the islamic law, which is so op
is this, a quote nationwide push to promote the homosexual lifestyle in public schools. >> stephen: exactly. oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah, wake up, everybody. mix it up day promotes the homosexual lifestyle. it's adam and eve, not adam and dweeb. it's a devious plot. get kids to learn that despite our outward differences in our hearts we're all pretty of the same. that leads to open mindedness, which leads to open pantedness. and the next thing you know, timmy and bobby are making monkey butter. that's the pc term these days. that's the term you are supposed to use. (laughter) i understand. now no surprise, mix it up day is the brainchild of the far left southern poverty law centers teaching tolerance program. which puts its homosexual agenda right there in the logo. i means that's a freaky four-way reach around. we'll be right back. (cheers and applause) >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. nation, whoever coined the phrase as fun as a barel of monkeys never had to hose out a 50 gallon drum of bonobo filth. this is monkey on the lam. (applause) >> stephen: nation, for seven years now
lifestyle. housewives worst candidate. she could have been on the show. she wrapped him around her finger like so many other men around her finger? she had it all, fancy cars, million home boyfriend. >> shots were in two. >> her lover gunned down. >> stl was no financial gain for her in this. >> what about her secret friend the former nfl linebacker. >> you lied to them for one thing. >> i did. >> then a prosecutor took on big waves and cold cases. could he find the key to this one? >> this isn't just a motive. it is a motive on steroids. keith morrison with deadly trust. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> a gated community, a glamorous setting where wealthy residents could feel safe but it was not safe for one millionaire, murdered in his waterfront house. police had suspects but the evidence was only circumstantial and the case grew cold. the key to the mystery, or rather two keys were at the front door. here's keith morrison. ♪ >> reporter: there's a place a pot of gold at the end of ambition, the american dream. a few of the lucky build their mansions be i the sea, or
at the funeral. >> she was living that dream california lifestyle. you talk about housewives of orange county. she could have been on the show. she wrapped him around her finger just like she wrap sod many men around her finger. >> she had it all, waterfront home, fancy cars, millionaire boyfriend, quite the life. until -- >> the shots were in sets of two. he saw his attacker. >> her lover gunned down. who wanted him dead? >> and annette would not have done it because there was no financial gain in her for this >> what about her secret friend, the former nfl linebacker? >> you laid to them, for one thing? >> i did. >> the mystery was unsolved. then came a prosecutor who took on big waves and cold cases. could he find the key to this one? >> this isn't just a motive, it's a motive on steroids. >> keith morrison with deadly trust. >>> welcome to "dateline" everyone, i'm lester holt. a gated community august glamorous setting where the wealthy residents he is could feel safe. but it was not safe for one millionaire, murdered in his waterfront house. police had suspects but the evidence was only
suited to these lifestyles. instead of 20-pound bags of dog food you will find smaller bags and treats to manage to carry around. this is the first store in san francisco and we are activating our first stand alone active wear store and part of our brand by champion so what does it mean for you? high end apparel without the high end prices and what better way to introduce this concept than here in america's most active community and a joy to join the mayors in san francisco and nakd in 2011 we two contributed $2 million to san francisco and have awarded several schools with grants for field trips and completed our first library make over in san francisco last week at sanchez college prep elementary about 2 miles from here. we support the united way and employee contributions. as you can see we believe strongly in giving back to the community. speaking of community i would like to introduce one of san francisco's most influential leaders. present at the groundbreaking of the target last year ed lee has been involved with this store since day one. his visionary leadership with th
responsibility as a local public personality and promote a healthy lifestyle. well, just an example of the unsolicited jabs that we get, people in the public eye. livingston delivered a searing four-minute on-air response to that e-mail, take a look. >> the truth is, i am overweight. you could call me fat. and yes, even obese on a doctor's chart. but to the person who wrote me that letter, do you think i don't know that? that your cruel words are pointing out something that i don't see? you don't know me. you are not a friend of mine. you are not a part of my family and you have admitted that you don't watch this show. so you know nothing about me but what you see on the outside. and i am much more than a number on a scale. >> okay. was she bullied? or was she the bully? we'll get to that in a moment. >>> first let's tackle a couple of other issues. joining me now to do that is psychologist dr. wendy walsh and full-figure supermodel emmy. i said i'm surrounded by beautiful blonds, i feel like charlie of "charlie's angels." good to see you, thank you body for being here. so i want to
fulfillment in a great society including the right to choose one own's values and lifestyle now verges on confessing that no lifestyle can be said to be better than any other. and the movement that puts such faith in the leader's ability to understand, predict, and control the future now faces a very uncertain and perilous future with or without barack obama. thank you very much. [applause] [applause] >> we have time for questions from audience. >> do we have time for answers. >> depends on how long they are. >> yes, sir? >> i think there's a microphone here so everyone can hear you. >> okay. mr. kessler, i had a question. if president obama is successful in getting a sec term, do you think it could be a permanent change in american society toward the welfare state? expansion, i'm sorry. >> very likely. i mean, one can't be, of course, sure. one can be sure that he will do everything in his power to prevent any substantial modification of obamacare. he's a different kind of liberal than bill clinton in the one respect, at least. clinton, when hillarycare failed in the first two years o
this from receipt for the lifestyle and what happens in going out to dinner with these guys and hearing the stories is amazing, so it just makes -- lou: i presume, doug, the you're talking about these guys being the friends of those who told the stories. >> the friends of friends to my exactly. lou: the idea that you can get caught up in wall street, big money and all of the excess to my extravagance, the immense rewards and pressures that is what street, fighting that battle, your protagonist, and it is interesting because you chose the last name farmer, and i happen to know -- better not say it this way. he actually fit a certain profile of somebody and you buy that in some years ago. it is fascinating t the way in which you chose to portray him and to give him uncommon -- i would say decency in the midst of is not evil, certainly a moral perceptions of life. >> he is facing a struggle that many of us could face in any career. me myself, i chose to make a leap from a different career. my wife did as well. lou: with a minute. this is a great point which to point this out. you -- your b
a guilded and jaded lifestyle few experience or even know much about. joining us me, author douglas brunt. thanks for coming on the show. i read the book. i love it. it is a real inside wall street account of the excess and the lifestyle that i think a lot of people who are outside, even lower manhattan, don't necessarily know about. how do you know so much about it? >> i have, i did both primary and secondary research for this, but mainly primarily throughha bunch friends on themselves in this book? are you in trouble now? >> none of the characters in the book are associated directly with my friend and people i know. it is a amalgamation of stories they helped me shape and i had the front row seat for decade plus in talking with them. melissa: you draw a direct line between the life-styles and even the values, of the folks that are trading bonds. even though what happened you do say there is lot of blame to go around. there are people bought houses you couldn't afford. the government pushes loans on people or promoted homeownership as a value. but does it do good to go back and sort of d
lifestyles and making the planet safer, and in our increasingly accelerated economy where every minute counts, they don't want to be waiting around for someone to pick them up and circling for parking, they want an option that's faster and more affordable and more convenient and graenbacker greener and as we can see, our city's leadership feels the same way. we are today opening the world's first network of shared electric scooters that you can activate with your smart phone and your phone, it's not just a key to the scooters, it's really a key to the city, it brings everything in the city closer to you, it opens up new neighborhoods that you may not have gone to before and it makes the places you get to every day more fun to get to. for those of us who ride, life before scoot is sort of like life before mobile phones, once you have a short-cut to anywhere in the city in your pocket, you don't really want to go back, so we give you scoot, the world's first network of shared electric scooters and the perfect mode of transportation for the city that leads the world in what's coming next. thank
though we know we cannot keep it up. if the chinese adopt our lifestyle, we are all goners, we know that. it is not the third world anymore, it is the developing world. well, they are developing and they want things, too. the 21st century will be about competing for resources. there are not enough in a consuming world when there is no limit of appetite. it is a philosophic position. it would be interesting for people to live in a world as people did at the beginning of the modern era and centuries before. people were not relentlessly comodified, the way they are now. people should live in an environment where nothing is bought and sold, just to see what it is like. you know what that is like, within families. there are family that fight about inherited, property, but in any decent family, you are not buying and selling to one another, you are giving. that is a gift economy. it is predicated on the idea that some things have an unconditional value. you cannot put a price on it. we just said, everything is a gift in our city. you cannot buy or sell anything. there is no advertising. you ar
have the individual who is not fully immersed in the gang lifestyle. he is just an associate comment just hanging out. -- associates, just hanging out. for that individual, we try to work with community-based programs. i've met with dcyf, the african- american steering committee, people haven't been in this violence and i say to them, what can -- people have been in this violence, and i say to them, what can we do to make sure if this individual does not go to prison? for that individual, we try to find a way to keep him out of the prison sentence. then you have the second individual, the individual who does crimes not for economic means, but for someone who has tried to increase the status in the community, for someone who does not care about anything but being notorious for gang violence. for that individual, we have to have certain types of remedies. for that individual, we have to have consequences. however, it does not mean that we have to enforce his prison sentence to the maximum of the law. we have a step program, which increases the amount of time you can go to a prison ford
rents. so at hope sf, we're reeducating that planning, and other lifestyle and to answer supervisor cohen as question, i don't imagine that. we continue to have safety net provisions so that if individuals are unable to meet the transformation in these areas about how we would place a safety net to protect those clients. we envision when we're all done and those provisions will be in place and vetted. and i think they will be acceptable this that no one will generally be displaced for their inability to transform into the new moil, which is not the model that we talked about under hope 6, in fact, san francisco you will be leading the nation with this right to return process and one for one reblame. no one else in the country is doing that. >> it's brilliant. it's good. >> thank you. >> supervisor olague. >> i was wondering director lee if you had anything to add to that? then i was going to ask ann marie rogers to give a report back from the planning commission meeting. >> as director alvarez says, this is leading the nation and this is one of those things, which i call "only
their lifestyle. now in class, the most important subject that we've been dealing with lately has been doctrine- the power of doctrine, the function of doctrine. why would anyone want to drive a horse and buggy when they can drive this shiny new american car? well, certainly, the horse and buggy gets better gas mileage- i understand it runs on one bale of unleaded hay. but there's a much more important reason why this is. that has to do with the fact that doctrines mean such a great importance to the amish. of the many contributions that come from the protestant reformation, a unique one that comes from the family that the old amish belong to is the vital need to separate from secular society. on one hand, you have the power, the temptation of technology here in arthur, illinois- the amish say, "no way. we're holding back. we're staying with the old style, the lifestyle of previous time." for them, that is the most authentic doctrine that they can come up with- a doctrine that represents the apostolic church- an actualization of simplicity, of devotion, of spirituality- which for them is the mo
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and affordable to the young and creative? a lot of people are coming here to have alternative lifestyles all over the map. they come here because the city is not necessarily their job. they will come here even without a job. they do not have a lot of money. as an operator, how do you answer this? >> it depends on what you're doing. headline talent is very expensive. you put your budget together and you see which can charge for a ticket. as i have the benefit of the venue over with promoters because i do not need to make money at the door, i can look at something and say -- i will be making this much, but i do not have to. i want to break even at the door. that lets me keep the ticket price down. frequently, and we put that out through facebook and a variety of social media outlets. people have the opportunity to get in for free. a if people want to work harder and get out earlier, tune in to calx, they can get in frequently for free. it is a limited amount of tickets, but if in the event starts at 9:30, most people in this town to not start going out until 11:30. at 9:30 it would be half the reas
. the stars are in town for the rocking ever after. today was all about promoting a healthy life-style for kids. >> being physical, being part of an energetic event is grate to be part of. growing up playing sports, it gives you good instinct. it's building a new generation of healthy kids. >> they're still rocking. >>> coming up, we're continuing to track hurricane sandy. >> she's going to be rocking ever after, following the possibility she'll hit us in baltimore. >>> are you kids safe when they hop on the school bus? >>> police are offering a reward to find out who gunned down a member of the navy and what bge said you should do to prepare for the storm. >> you need to stay on top of this weather. >> this could be one for the history books and all for the long reason. >>> a category 2 storm. it moves north on sunday. we're looking for the potential of power outages. it's one of the biggest things to prepare for in case we get a direct hit. looks like we'll get a glancing blow. that is a strong category 2 and a large hurricane. the outer edges reaching from puerto rico up into south
. >> isabelle was a catastrophe. >> reporter: okay. so life, as we know it on kent island, the laid back life-style, we're looking at radar. we're looking at harris' crab house. queen anne's county schools will be back open tomorrow on a delay. >> we got a school update. we've been waiting to hear from that. >> imagine that. hey, listen. schools, you got a lot of parents wanting to know what's going on. let's start getting the information out there all right? let's go over to wyatt now. >> reporter: one more high tide. we'll watch carefully but not anticipating the peak surge conditions of two to four feet, probably on the low end with the high tide being influenced. fells point 8:39, watching that one closely. eventually port deposit toward midnight tonight. coast -- coastal flooding advisorying. we can see why we didn't have the big impact yesterday. sandy moved north as we have anticipated, at least in central information. >> the wraparound winds were hard out of the north. now we've got winds gently coming out of the southwest. while it won't blowout the bay, it won't stack up water. wind gusts
as a nation. narrator: poor food choices, combined with increasingly sedentary lifestyles, are blamed for the dramatic increase in obesity over the last several decades. close to 35% of women and 31% of men over the age of 20 are now considered obese. ralph cygan: obesity is defined by excess body fat. a normal body fat for a male is somewhere in the 20% range. for a woman it's 25 to 30% range. unfortunately it's not easy to measure body fat. it's not something that could be done easily in a physician's office or at home, so over the last few decades another measure of body fat and obesity has been developed, and that's the bmi or body mass index. bmi is calculated by dividing a person's weight in pounds by their height in inches squared. the answer is then multiplied by 705. a bmi that is associated with good health is in the 19 to 25 range. to put these figures in perspective, supermodels run bmi's of about 16 or 17. sumo wrestlers, on the other hand, are in the 43 to 45 range. you are considered overweight if you have a bmi between 25 and 29; obese if it's 30 or above. all of the v
spiritual fulfillment including the right to choose one's own values now confesses no lifestyle could be better than another. the movement that led to such face and its leaders' ability now faces a perilous future with or without barack obama. thank you very much. [applause] the spot ahead >> mr. kessler. if obama is successful to have a second term could this be a permanent change in america in society for the welfare state expansion? >> very likely. one can be assured he will do everything in his power to prevent any substantial modification of obamacare. he is different than bill clinton. when hillarycare failed in the first term be accommodated that reality and famously became the center-left politician and trying to elated to move right and got rid of large legislative initiatives and settled for other kinds of reform. it is clear between obama and clinton there is no love lost. and in particular obama holds clinton and contempt he thinks he is the only politician in recent democratic history to have the chance to transform america. the others did not have the talent or the oppor
in and have been living small ever since. >> house builder, jay schaefer, believes in a simple lifestyle. he lived in a self-built house smaller than some people's closets. >> this is what i call the great room. i do most of my work at the desk. on this side of the great room, i the entertainment area. >> he loves sharing his vision with visitors, both in person and on his blog. called tumble we'd tiny homes. on the other side michael jansen is simplifying his lifestyle. he is building an even smaller house, using discarded wooden pallets. like schaefer, jansen publishes a blog called tiny house designs. while retaining their idealism, they each have found ways for their blogs to generate income. >> this year, we haven't sold a single house but more plans than ever. >> after last year's housing bust, schaefer and his partner, steve weiss man, don't build houses anymore. instead, they are building their website. >> we made this huge shift in our whole philosophy how we were going to survive as a business. we changed from selling houses to selling plans and workshops and books to the do it you
in life and she has done a valiant effort to control it by making all these massive lifestyle changes. >> right, right. not only the massive lifestyle change of coming here after the trauma of katrina even the loss of my father before that. and being on her own because they were like frick and frack, fred and ethel but in a good way. she has lost 50 pounds and manages it. >> what is interesting to me about your father is your father is a doctor. and it shows how difficult diabetes is to manage. >> i said dad what triggered this how did you know? did you go for a regular check up and he said no i was chronically thirsty. >> and my mother had none of those symptoms. >> and i get thirsty a lot so i was like, do i need to get tested but that's how he knew something was wrong. >> you can have control of having this disease coming your way or get off the medication. especially for people with type two if it's weight related. it's in our power. >> it is. >> the step out walk to stop diabetes is tomorrow. it's at national harbor. registration check in opens at 8:00 a.m. the walk starts at 10
much and what this lays out is that this was not just a professional choice but an entire lifestyle that they are living. >> it is a lifestyle that they are consumed by. business on wall street is a relationship driven business. it is not as though these guys were for apple and things are based on product differentiation. the. megyn: everyone selling the same thing. >> that's right. megyn: but the advantage you have is on the other side? >> that's right. it's very nightlife entertainment. again, it's not like software appliances were you have your year-end bonuses in the tens of thousands. if you work at bear stearns, and your bonuses $2 million -- it's not like working at tgi friday's. megyn: it is something very different. >> not that they are even paying for, it's all on an expense account but it's very high-end lifestyle. megyn: they have no problem cutting these checks for these dinners and trips to various locations because it's about developing the relationship? >> these things are more than paid for. they do a bunch of trades and big treating trains. megyn: are these people
lifestyle changes. >> right. not only the massive lifestyle change of coming here after the trauma of the loss of my father and -- they were like fred and ethel but in a good way. she lost 30 pounds action goes to physical therapy and manages it. >> for me i think with my father it was the fear of what could happen to him when he was diagnosed with it. it was close to 20 years ago and what had happened was his father, my grandfather, was diagnosed when he was 40. and at that time in burma, there was no awareness of the disease at all, no real medication, although he did take insulin eventually when they moved to india. but by the time they moved to india, he was bedridden. he lost his job because he had thiewr rop peat in his heel -- neuropathy in his heel. he got an abscess, got infected and he couldn't work anymore. his only mode of transportation was by foot. he didn't have a car. he had a bicycle but couldn't ride that. so the suffering that my father as the eldest son saw, that's his memory of diabetes because his father died at age 50. my father was diagnosed much later than
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